Nominations have opened for Western Australian Renewable Hydrogen Fund grants of between $300,000 and $3 million, supporting feasibility studies, demonstration or capital works projects in the state.
According to a new report for the federal government, the vast majority of workers made redundant by the end of Australian car assembly in 2016 and 2017 have found new jobs.
Applications are open for the fourth Australian Military Sales Catalogue, which promotes local defence products and services for sale to foreign governments.
Sydney-headquartered life science group, the IQ Group Global, has announced the acquisition of an anti-cancer drug platform from the University of Texas, and plans to begin clinical trials of novel platinum-based chemotherapy drugs within the next 12 months.
A new report commissioned by two of the Industry Growth Centres has calculated the economic impact – 80,000 new jobs and $74 billion in economic value created – of adopting Industry 4.0 within the mining and oil and gas sectors.
A development application has been lodged for the recently-purchased former Electrolux site in Orange, with the company behind it saying around 25 jobs will be created through a new aluminium extrusion operation. According to a statement from Orange City Council, the DA is for “a set of concrete footings to support the equipment required”…
The Australian Made Campaign has released a new series of short-form videos featuring several of the country’s manufacturers, aiming to “celebrate Australia’s diverse and evolving manufacturing sector” and some of the people and stories behind it.
DMTC has signed a $3.8 million contract with the Defence Innovation Hub for collaborative R&D activities. The announcement was made on Thursday, and includes four projects to increase industrial capability, according to a release from the Department of Defence. It describes these as “aimed at enhancing land vehicle design and build; additive manufacturing of…
Brancourts Dairy has gone into administration, with approximately 50 manufacturing workers stood down across the company’s two factories.
Western Sydney-based electronics company Thomas Global has signed a $15 million contract with Rheinmetall to supply training systems for Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle operators.